Small Round Bowl | 57 | Kari Radasch

$60.00

A delightful small round bowl decorated with fun, colorful shapes.  Measures approximately 6″ in diameter and 2″ deep.

My earthenware pots are both sparse and embellished. My dishes are structurally straightforward, while the surfaces include bold, graphic, and painterly ornamentation. I revel in this dualism by collecting, arranging and garnishing; then organizing, simplifying and editing both my forms and surfaces.

I pluck joyous observations from my surroundings. I reassemble and reimagine these investigations, like sketches in a sketchbook, onto functional dishes – a format which has the unique ability to hold a warm, sentimental place in our lives.

I have always been a fashion before function kind of gal.  I think of my dishes as the “platform shoes of pottery” – they are party pots with utilitarian concerns. I hope they are used at your most meaningful occasions and help punctuate important moments in your life.

This piece is currently at Maine Craft Portland and featured as part of the special feature exhibition, Party Pots by Kari Radasch.
This exhibition is on display for viewing at Maine Craft Portland AUG 5th – AUG 28TH, 2022 with an opening reception AUG 5TH, 5-8PM.

Due to the size and fragility of this item, in-person pickup at the gallery is recommended.  To waive the shipping cost and pick up in-store, use the promo code “pickitupplease” at checkout.
By default, items purchased during this exhibition that require shipping will be shipped after August 28th.  Please contact us with any inquiries regarding shipping before completing your purchase.

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Kari Radasch
Portland, ME

Kari is a mother, potter and tile maker living in Portland Maine. She has taught workshops and lectured across the country and loves to share her excitement for clay with her students. She currently teaches at Maine College of Art.

Kari Radasch was born and raised in coastal Maine. She received her BFA from the Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine, and her MFA from the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. She has been a resident at the IWCAT program in Tokoname Japan, and Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts. She was an Emerging Artist at the 2004 NCECA in Indianapolis and a demonstrator at the 2010 NCECA in Philadelphia. She was the first potter awarded the Evelyn Shapiro Fellowship at The Clay Studio in Philly. Kari has been a Lecturer in Art and Visual Culture at Bates College, a presenter at Utilitarian Clay V and taught workshops and been a visiting artist at Art Centers and Universities around the Country.

Shipping Measurements

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 3 in